The used car dealer guy didn't go to the auction so he wasn't able to tell me who was there bidding but sent me a list of closing prices. Holy cow!
I skipped over the '18 and 19 SL non-Plus as there's no longer a non-Plus SL for '22. But, in looking the SV and SL, Plus and non-Plus, the closing prices are nuts. Due to the '22 model year MSRP drop, that makes comparisons whacky.
ALL of the '20 SL Plus closed at a price higher than '22 MSRP minus $7500 US Federal tax credit. WTF?!?!? New '22 SL Plus would have MSRP of $37,400 + $975 dest charge - $750 CA clean fuel reward - $7500 = $30,125. Yet, all the used '20 SL Plus were above that.
The '18 and '19 SV non-Pluses don't have great prices either. I don't know how well equipped they are but if they have no packages, they're also more than '22 MSRP + dest charge - $750 CA clean fuel reward - $7500 Fed tax credit. '20 SV non-Plus has a crazy high price.
'22 non-Plus SV should be $28,800 + $975 - $750 CA CFR - $7500 = $21,525.
'19 and '20 SV Plus are also mostly overpriced but also unclear how well-equipped they are. Assuming all these prices are accurate, it seems like there's a lot of overbidding going on. I wonder how many are being exported. Prices are so high that they'd only make sense for someone buying new but can't claim the full $7500 Federal tax credit.
MSRP figures come from PDF on right side of https://usa.nissannews.com/en-US/releas ... -press-kit
. I used $750 for https://cleanfuelreward.com/
since it will go down to that on 11/2/21.